I've discovered that sharing the gospel is a little more tricky than flashing a ring in someone's face. We don't want to hit people upside the head with a Bible because, well, for one, that'd probably hurt.
>>>>>> Life can be so frustratingly intimidating, can't it? The lies this world likes to whisper in our ears and all the daily attacks from the devil can easily weigh us down, and I admit that I've been weighed down heavily. I haven't been writing because I've been crippled by fear. The fear that… Continue reading Just Write
I remember holding the novel in both hands with a tight grip, waiting expectantly for the part of the novel that would loosen my fingers' hold on reality and entrance me into the story unfolding on the page.
Our minds still have the creative ability to dream up ponies and wildflowers, but now, as adults, Satan has taken that creativity and used it to build prisons of our past and dark clouds carrying the things we fear most.
A kiss, shaking slow, passionate and plummeting, scarring, magnifying. It’s much like falling, wouldn’t you say? Like skidding down a rocky slope, careful not to nick your knees, catching your heels quick on dirt-dusted truths. Watching, eyes wide, through a telescope of flashing moments that make your meaning. Landing… Continue reading Careless
Her character is portrayed with an authenticity that is easy to relate with, to trust in, and to imagine yourself fighting with.
You hear quiet whispers from somewhere behind you, their sharp edges tingle your ears and rock you from your darkened stupor.